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ABC
Jan 10, 2010 8:00am EST
care coverage. it calls some of the medicare savings unrealistic. >>> a terror suspect accused of flying to pakistan to get training from al qaeda has pleaded not guilty. he was arrested in connection with denver airport driver najibullah zazi. >>> the dallas cowboys knocked off the eagles. 34-14. and the wild card new york jets beat the cincinnati bengals, 24-14. they'll play the chargers or indianapolis. the dream ends this weekend. ask josh. >> it will be an uphill climb. it's an uphill climb. i'm just saying. it is. all i know, yesterday, that was the longest work day of my life. >> we got to get to marysol. good morning. >> good morning. we turn to florida. that's where a lot of the action is. it's frigid. frigid temperatures. take a look at this map. this is the current temperature. 30 in tampa, 35 in miami. the normal low for this time of year is 60 degrees. you can just see the extremes in temperature. that there's a warmup just around the corner. some of the highs will be ab >> a frigid morning in the nation's capital. you can see the picture shaking because the winds
ABC
Jan 27, 2010 7:00am EST
, not related to national security or entitlement programs like medicare. >> if people are hungry, you want to make sure we're spending appropriately, so nobody goes hungry. if we're spending money on weapons systems that are no longer relevant in the fight against terrorism, you want to eliminate that. >> one thing that populars presidents do, is they step on the toes of their own constituencies. >> reporter: there's going to be a push on job creation, especially with small businesses. eliminating the capital gains tax for investments for small businesses. and a tax credit for businesses who hire. george? >> thanks, jake. >>> and for more on this, let's bring in the white house press secretary, robert gibbs, over at the white house this morning. bert, the president has a pretty tough challenge tonight. most americans think the country is going in the wrong direction. that number has been growing, as well. how does the president convince them that they're wrong? and will he say tonight that the state of the union is strong? >> well, george, i think he'll outline the fact that we have lived
ABC
Jan 20, 2010 7:00am EST
and help the economy and make medicare more affordable for seniors and continue to work on the economy as the president has, so, you know, right now as a party, we've got to remember why we were given the responsibility of leadership and deliver. >> david, you say this is a vote to go forward on the president's agenda, yet scott brown was talking about washington to be the 41st vote against health care. there is an exit poll from the election yesterday saying 48% of massachusetts voters said that health care was the single issue driving their vote and a majority opposed the president's plan. >> well, i think, well, the health care plan has become a character in many respects and i think people are fearing it. i think what we need to do -- i'm very confident if we can pass health care reform people will see that everybody who has health care reform, nothing is going to change. their costs are going to get lowered. it's going to give relief to seniors on prescription costs and have a huge economic impact in terms of businesses' ability to hire people so i think as a party and would argue
ABC
Jan 26, 2010 7:00am EST
-- this freeze would avoid the biggest ticket items. the pentagon budget, social security, medicare, medicaid. but the administration says you have to start somewhere. >> in the meantime, the president announced some jobs proposals. senate democrats backing that up now. new job proposal today? >> reporter: that's right. it could come as soon as this week. could be a mix of infrastructure spending and tax cuts aimed at small businesses. up to $90 billion. and people on the senate say -- democrats in the senate say, even if the administration wants to talk about health care, they are focused on jobs, jobs, jobs. >> thanks very much. >>> we're going to have our live exclusive with senator john mccain in a minute. >>> now, another exclusive. >> the president's only interview before his state of the union address tomorrow. president obama sat down with diane sawyer to talk about that speech and his changing agenda, as he faces relentless republican opposition, especially on his handling of the economy. >> republicans are saying what you're talking about so far for wednesday night, is not going to
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